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Midnite Solar Classic-150 - "Classic" 96 Amp 150 Volt MPPT Charge Controller

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Midnite Solar 96 Amp 150 VDC MPPT Charge Controller

The Classic is a powerful, US-made charge controller that features arc fault detection.


Model Classic 150
Series Classic
Manufacturer Midnite Solar


Applications Solar, Wind, Hydro
Dimensions (W x H x D) 14.9" x 6" x 4"
Weight 12 lbs
Shipping Method Ground

Input (DC)

Rated Current 96 A
Operating Voltage 150 V
Battery Charging Voltage 12 V, 24 V, 48 V

Detailed Description

The Classic MPPT Charge Controller substantially increases the flexibility, features and range currently found on MPPT controllers. The Classic is the only MPPT controller that has Arc Fault Detection, making this controller the safest controller available. With the Classic 150 ranging up to 96 amps, the Classic 200, 79 amps and the Classic 250, 63 amps, why would you need any other controller?

  • 150, 200 and 250V operating voltages.
  • 12-72V battery charging standard with models up to 120V battery bank
  • Built in DC-GFP and Arc Fault Detector
  • Solar, wind and hydro MPPT modes
  • Ethernet, USB and RS232
  • Remote and local displays possible
  • 20 megs of data logging
  • Wizard to walk you through the entire setup

MidNite has doubled its factory floor space for production of the Classic, which means the Classic will be the only real "Made in America" charge controller.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How do I size my charge controller?

    Take the total wattage of your array (number of panels x watts per panel) and divide it by the voltage of your battery bank to get amps, then round up. The amp rating of your charge controller must exceed this number. If you need any assistance sizing your charge controller, please don't hesitate to call us at 888-899-3509 ext 1.

  • Should I get an MPPT or PWM charge controller?

    Simply put, if the voltage of your panels is close to the voltage of your battery bank, a PWM charge controller is an affordable choice. However, if your panel voltage is much higher than your battery bank, you should use an MPPT controller because it is designed to convert that higher voltage into amps, which will charge your batteries faster and provide you with a more efficient system.

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